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Peter Gose Litz (1802-1880), Burke's Garden, Tazewell, Virginia, and wife, Sarah Gose (1805-1860) : ancestors, descendants and history

by Sam Lower
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Plain City, Utah : S.S. Lower, 1996
216 p. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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Ancestors and descendants of Peter Gose and Sarah Gose Litz. Peter Gose Litz (1802-1880) was born at Cripple Creek, Wythe County, Virginia, the son of Leonard Litz (1764-between 1816-1845) and Julia Ann Gose Litz (1768-1816). He married Sarah Gose (1805-between 1860-1862) in 1824 at Burke's Garden, Tazewell County, Virginia. She was born in Rich Valley, Wythe County, Virginia, the daughter of Philip Gose (1774-1832) and Elizabeth Spangler Gose (1778-1845). They had ten children, 1825-ca. 1843. Peter and Sarah Litz are said to be the first converts of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Virginia. They died at Burke's Garden, Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, Utah, Idaho, West Virginia, and elsewhere.

Includes the Bowles, Clark, Jamison, Reay and other related families.

Ancestors include: John William Litz (ca. 1729-1788) of Germany; Pennsylvania; and Montgomery County, Virginia -- Stephen Gose (1719-1799) of Germany; Pennsylvania; and Cripple Creek, West Virginia.

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